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Intellectual and Industrial Property

Intellectual and Industrial Property rights is an area of law that requires greater knowledge and specialisation. Our IP lawyers in Spain have worked in this space for nearly three decades, which allows us to offer a high-quality service to our clients. The management of Industrial and Intellectual Property rights can only be global, for which reason we operate with more than 500 correspondents in practically all countries of the world in order to be able to take on a project completely.

The management of Industrial and Intellectual Property rights can only be global, which is why we operate with more than 500 professionals in nearly all countries of the world, in order to be able to take on a project completely.


Our advice



PROTECTION OF PATENTS AND TRADE MARKS

Registration strategy advice: In industrial and intellectual property, the line between investment and expenditure is very fine. That is why our advice focuses on getting the best possible protection using the necessary tools to minimise costs.

Our 30 years’ experience and employees in 140 countries enable us to identify the best protection strategies, especially at the international level. In addition to all of this, our reporting methodology minimises the effort required by our clients to monitor possible threats to their rights. 

Registration of patents and trademarks: Research, applications, maintenance of our clients’ rights and monitoring of third party rights that may clash with those of our clients are the basic services offered by our registration team for all bodies (OEPM [Spanish Patent and Trademark Office], EUIPO, WIPO and EPO) Our lawyers, who are experts in conflict and disputes, add further protection to industrial and intellectual property rights, actively defending them against any risk of infringement via administrative or legal proceedings.

Contracting: We offer clients valuable know-how on licence and transfer agreements, copyrights and image rights.

Valuation of Intangible Assets: Many companies need to value their intangible assets in order to determine licence or sale prices, carry out a strategic or investment analysis, obtain funding, resolve legal proceedings or meet tax requirements. Our team of economists frequently carry out valuations of trade marks and patents using the methods considered most appropriate for each case and combining economic, technical and scientific points of view.